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there are warnings about a caffeinated beverage sold in cans. why one woman is on a crusade against energy drinks. >> get your prop. diana, later this half-hour we have our brackets filled out. do you have yours? huh? huh? the ncaa tournament starts today. we will tell you about the games that are a must-see tv. >> that's right. first we do have to got to this -- >> the fatal shooting that brought tears to a governor's eyes, who killed the head of colorado's prison system. >> someone rang the prison chief's doorbell, opened fire and killed him on the spot. as the search continues for the murderer, security is beefed up all around the state. here is abc's clayton sandel. >> reporter: in this quiet rural neighborhood outside denver, a killer came calling. tom clemmons at home with his wife went to answer the front door and was suddenly shot in the chest. the shooter fled into the night. >> somebody rang the doorbell, her husband answered and was shot. >> reporter: 58-year-old clemens, the director of colorado's prison system was killed. with a massive manhunt under way the only clue, a dark car see
similar treatment was 7-year-old emma whitehead. she is in complete remission. >> she has a ton of energy. she is doing wonderful right now. >> reporter: researchers report on the safety of the treatment in five more patients. >> what we saw just blew us away. the cancers went away in a matter of weeks, even days. >> reporter: days? >> days in one case. >> reporter: that one case was david. the treatment almost killed him. but after eight days in a coma, not a trace of cancer. he went on to have a bone marrow transplant. >> i will take every day that i can. >> make it count. >> you got it. >> reporter: while fewer than 3,000 patients have the leukemia treated in the study. the approach has a much broader reach. >> it offers hope it can work in bigger tumors such as colon cancer, breast cancer and lung cancer. >> reporter: i need to caution this was a small safety study. they're continuing to enroll patients in that study and plan on doing a longer study to look at long term benefits and risks. for now, this is promising research but still is early days. dr. richard besser, abc news, new y
that -- that the president has devoted more of his energies and his, his vision to arab issues rather than israeli issues. a perception by some, fair or not. so there is a sense that he is going over there to sort of maybe give the impression that he is mending fences. >> and by, by doing what he has done as far as arab issues goes it puts him on the opposite side of where a lot of people want him. because of our tight relationship with israel. that's something that they want to continue to happen. and the fact that he, in the eyes of many has been on the opposite side of israel, and he has been against the settlements, which israel is very much for. it's strained relationships for the president. >> will be a tightrope on the trip. >>> let's talk about the latest on the horrifying lion attack at a california animal sanctuary. the last person to speak to the victim telling her story in an abc news exclusive. fellow cat haven worker megan pauls was on the phone with diana hanson before the attack. she was also the one who found the 24-year-old intern's lifeless body in the cage. and she says she has been o
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